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people help them push their cars up. so governor christie what he's doing over there, he's going to ration or he has started rationing fuel. starting at 12:00. just a few minutes ago. if you have an odd-numbered lie license plate you can only get gas on an odd-numbered day. even-numbered license plate you can only get gas on an even-numbered day. >> hear hear for mass transit if you're able to use that. katie, thank you so much for that live report. >>> what's behind some widely divergent predictions for who's going to win the election? that will be next. and nbc news's tom brokaw and how this election compares to others. and how some elections turned on a dime the weekend before election. "weekends with alex witt" continues after this. no, no, no, stop! humans -- one day, we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... stop, stop, stop! my car! not so much. but that's okay. you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car, and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libert
christie is deciding to ration the fuel. if you have an odd numbered license plate you can get gas on an odd numbered day. if you have an even numbered license plate you can get gas on an even number day. of course everybody is hoping that this will start to get better soon. as of now, though, it's still bad today, saturday morning. other things going on the red cross says they desperately need blood. i know there's a disaster going on but they say there are other things, i know you're donating to them but we still need blood so they're urgently asking anyone that can to donate blood when they can. alex? >> all right. katie tur, thank you for that update. the storm's aftermath forced new york city to put the brakes on tomorrow's marathon. michael bloomberg and the marathon organizers reversed their decision late yesterday, giving in to the mounting criticism. local residents were angered at the idea of losing power generators. police officers, as well as sanitation workers at the marathon. but some runners say they've flown across the world to participate and already paid that entr
are fleeing rough surf and high winds from hurricane sandy. governor chris christie ordered mass evacuations after declaring a state-wide emergency. danielle lee, live for us in cape may with the latest from there. danielle, conditions getting worse. let's check in with how bad it is right now. >> that's true, alex. all along the hotel i'm staying at, congress hall, all the windows are boarded up. they have done in this morning alone. homeowners are doing the same. the coast behind me, we have seen waves churning this morning and we're keeping an eye on hurricane sandy as it gets closer and closer. we are under a mandatory evacuation order here. guests that had been staying at the hotel last night, had to hurry up, get up, get out before public transportation calls it quits ahead of the storm. many residents are boarding up homes. planning to stick it out through the storm and getting prepared. taking this seriously. i was at a grocery store last night, completely out of bottled water, just gotten a shipment in that morning, and had sold out. same thing with nonperishables and emergency equi
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